Los Angeles, CA, September 25, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- M-Theory Group, a leader in technology managed services has announced that the Board of Directors have unanimously approved the appointment of Tim Skillman as their new President and CEO and member of the Board. Skillman will assume responsibilities immediately and will succeed Chant Vartanian, who will focus on his new role of Chief Strategy Officer and Chairman of the Board.
“After a thorough and deliberate selection process, the Board of Directors is delighted that Tim will lead M-Theory as we navigate through the evolving and expanding landscape of technology services,” said Chant Vartanian, Chairman of the Board of Directors. “Tim has the business acumen and discipline that we need to manage the growth of M-Theory’s full suite of services. I have no doubt that he is the right person to take the helm at M-Theory as the company enters its 11th year.”
Tim brings with him a wealth of experience in business, finance and strategy. He is leaving his present job as a Managing Director in Deloitte LLP’s Global and Middle Market Restructuring Services Group. His experience includes development and execution of strategic plans relative to middle market companies, turning around under-performing companies, board representation and mergers and acquisitions.
“I have had the pleasure of working with Chant and the team at M-Theory since its early years and am excited to be offered this opportunity to lead the company’s future growth,” said Skillman. “This change will enable Chant to focus on building our client relationships which are critical to long term sustainable growth.”
About M-Theory Group (www.M-TheoryGRP.com)
M-Theory’s mission is to disrupt the traditional methodology of technology acquisition. As a dynamic emerging growth company, they aim to deliver innovative technology solutions that serve multiple verticals such as Finance, IT, Healthcare, Venture Community, Manufacturing, Software, Business Services, Entertainment, Legal, Gaming, and Telecommunications. Compared to public cloud and traditional infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) approaches, CaaS offers two fundamental distinctions. First, M-Theory provides custom-built, single-tenant private clouds. This means customers can ensure their environments are fully aligned with their specific security policies and compliance mandates—and avoid the risks associated with multi-tenant environments. Second, these private clouds can be delivered anywhere the client requires, whether on their premises, in M-Theory’s data centers, in a collocation environment or any other data center they choose.